Our country house escapes

Country house location map

We’re proud to own and manage 16 country houses across the UK, each located in some of our best-loved national parks and National Landscapes. So whether you love coast, countryside, or a little bit of both, we've got cosy Victorian manors, elegant Georgian mansions, converted granaries, restored farmhouses, lakeside hideaways, and much more. And with full-board dining included, everything is taken care of.

Freshwater Bay House, Freshwater, Isle of Wight
Freshwater Bay House

Freshwater, Isle of Wight

Just steps from the beach, this seaside stay charms with a heated outdoor swimming pool and a beautiful clifftop location overlooking the English Channel. 

Chy Morvah, St Ives, Cornwall
Chy Morvah

St Ives, Cornwall

Meaning ‘house by the sea’ in Cornish, our stunning property in St Ives is just steps from the town’s cobbled streets and enjoys sweeping views over St Ives Bay.

Abingworth Hall, Thakeham, South Downs
Abingworth Hall

Thakeham, South Downs

An ideal base for exploring the stunning South Downs National Park, this former farmhouse has some 800 years of history encapsulated within its walls.

Holnicote House, Selworthy, Exmoor
Holnicote House

Selworthy, Exmoor

Part of a 12,500-acre estate, this beacon of Somerset hospitality boasts extensive grounds and an enviable location in the heart of Exmoor National Park.

Harrington House, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds
Harrington House

Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

This Grade II-listed Georgian manor sits in the heart of the impossibly pretty Cotswold market town of Bourton-on-the-Water. 

Longmynd House, Church Stretton, Shropshire
Longmynd House

Church Stretton, Shropshire

Nestled in the Shropshire Hills National Landscape, the largest of our country houses recently underwent a £4 million makeover and has never looked better.

Peveril of the Peak, Dovedale, Peak District
Peveril of the Peak

Dovedale, Peak District

Named after Sir Walter Scott’s Peak District-set novel, this house is less than a mile from the famous Dovedale Stepping Stones and on the doorstep of Thorpe Cloud.

Larpool Hall, Whitby, North York Moors
Larpool Hall

Whitby, North York Moors

Built in the 1780s on a site dating back to Norman times, this Grade II-listed house near Whitby tempts with original features and impressive views over the Esk Valley.

Derwent Bank, Portinscale, Northern Lake District
Derwent Bank

Portinscale, Northern Lake District

This stunning lakeside hideaway has gorgeous grounds that slope right down to the shores of Derwentwater, plus beautiful views from its garden rooms and terrace.

Monk Coniston, Coniston, Southern Lake District
Monk Coniston

Coniston, Southern Lake District

Once owned by Beatrix Potter, this Grade II-listed manor house has a desirable address overlooking Coniston Water and its own rare tree trail for woodland walks.

Thorns Hall, Sedbergh, Western Yorkshire Dales
Thorns Hall

Sedbergh, Western Yorkshire Dales

Originally built in 1535, this Grade II-listed manor house has beamed ceilings, open fireplaces, and stone flag flooring, and is just steps from the town of Sedbergh.

Newfield Hall, Malham, Southern Yorkshire Dales
Newfield Hall

Malham, Southern Yorkshire Dales

Winner of a VisitEngland Rose Award for exceptional service, this mid-19th century marvel sits in two acres of grounds on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. 

Nether Grange, Alnmouth, Northumberland
Nether Grange

Alnmouth, Northumberland

This former 18th century granary has excellent views over Northumberland’s National Landscape-awarded coastline, especially from its attractive terrace garden.

Nythfa House, Brecon, Brecon Beacons
Nythfa House

Brecon, Brecon Beacons

Built in 1867, this cosy country house means ‘nesting place’ in Welsh. It is just a short stroll from the lovely market town of Brecon.

Dolserau Hall, Dolgellau, Southern Snowdonia
Dolserau Hall

Dolgellau, Southern Snowdonia

This characterful Victorian manor house in Snowdonia (Eryri) National Park has five acres of gardens and grounds offering views of Welsh mountains and valleys. 

Alltshellach, Glen Coe, Scottish Highlands

Glen Coe, Scottish Highlands

Combining mountain views and olde-worlde charm, this stately Scottish house in North Ballachulish has an enviable setting right on the shores of Loch Leven.